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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... the maze of streets we had just navigated. We were relieved by the AC and cold drinks the staff had prepared for us.During the discussion, we reviewed the progress of the HEAL health workers, discussed how HEAL has grown from 5 communities to 25, and reviewed where the donations were going. Meera highlighted several of our key programs including those specifically for soilets and latrines (toilets), bore wells, basic health and ...
My team (Anusha, Milan and Kousar) met me at the mall and we were greeted with flowers in honor of women's day. The team then surprised me with a gorgeous churidar salwar kameez in a vibrant coral and purple color and insisted I try it on immediately . I love it! The local women in the dressing room also approved. I wanted to wear it for the rest of the day, so i did! It is very comfortable and I feel like a princess in it. We all grabbed a quick lunch ...
They asked me if I wanted to bowl and I said sure why not. I tried it and after a few warm up pitches I found my grove. I was pretty good! It was just throwing. Sometimes I didn't necessarily throw straight though but that happens. They liked me bowling because I was able to throw hard and had overall pretty good aim. We were practicing with a tennis ball. After bowling and fielding some more it was then my turn to hit. The same man that ...
When Jacci and I woke up the first thing we thought about was our laundry. It was still soaking wet even though it went through the dryer for a good 90 minutes or more. We tried to start the dryer again but it just would not work. What were we to do this time.... We had to leave and felt like we were in a jam. We grabbed all of our wet clothes and brought them in our room to hang all over the place. We had jeans, legging, tshirts, and even underwear handing from any ...
... days straight, from about 8 a.m. until dusk. I just found out the men are paid 150 Rupees ($2.71) and the women are paid 140 Rupees ($2.53) PER DAY! Honestly, I have never seen such hard workers in my lifetime - they are skin and bones, working in the heat, carrying huge rocks on their heads and yet they still flash a smile when I walk by.
We climbed the stone wall and ventured to the boulders where there ...